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G. Stoney Alder (Ph.D.)
Management Department

University of Nevada, Las Vegas 42 Desert Dawn Lane

4505 Maryland Parkway Henderson, NV 89074

Box 456009 702-869-6504

Las Vegas, Nevada 89154-6009 alders@unlv.nevada.edu


702-895-2052

http://www.unlv.edu/faculty2/alder/index.html

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Research Interests:
* Effects of technology on work relationships, attitudes and behaviors

* Performance Monitoring

*Organizational Justice

*Performance Feedback


Teaching Interests:
* Human Resource Management

* Organizational Behavior

* Leadership
Education:
Ph.D., 1999 University of Colorado at Boulder

Major: Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management

Minor: Organizational Communication
MBA, 1994 Brigham Young University, Marriott School of Management
B.A., 1992 University of Utah

Major: Spanish


Scholarly Publications:
Alder, G.S., Noel, T.W, & Ambrose, M.L. (in press). Clarifying the Effects of Internet Monitoring on Job Attitudes: The Mediating Role of Employee Trust. Forthcoming in Information & Management.
Alder, G.S., Ambrose, M.L., & Noel, T.W. (in press). The Effect of Formal Advance Notice and Justification On Internet Monitoring Fairness: Much Ado About Nothing?” Forthcoming in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies.
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Scholarly Publications (cont.):
Alder, G.S. (in press). A Personality Approach to Person-Organization Fit: Applying Holland's Theory of Vocational Choice at the Organizational Level. Forthcoming in the Journal of Business and Leadership.
Alder, G.S., & Gilbert, J. (in press) Achieving ethics and fairness in hiring: Going beyond the law. Forthcoming in the Journal of Business Ethics.

Phelan, S.E., & Alder, G.S. (in press). An experimental study of entrepreneurial exploitation. Forthcoming in the Journal of Entrepreneurship Education.


Alder, G. S. (2006). Electronic Performance Monitoring and Motivation: A Behavioral

Modification Perspective. Journal of Business and Leadership, 1, 161-170.


Alder, G.S., & Ambrose, M. L. (2005). An examination of the effect of computerized performance monitoring feedback on monitoring fairness, performance, and satisfaction. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 97, 161-177.
Alder, G.S. & Ambrose, M.L. (2005). Towards understanding fairness judgments associated with computer performance monitoring. An integration of the feedback, justice, and monitoring research. Human Resource Management Review, 15, 43-67.

Alder, G.S. (2001). Employee Reactions to Electronic Performance Monitoring: A Consequence of Organizational Culture. Journal of High Technology Management Research, 12, 323- 342.


Ambrose, M.L., & Alder, G.S. (2000). Designing, Implementing, and Utilizing Computerized Performance Monitoring: Enhancing Organizational Justice. In G.R. Ferris (Ed.), Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management (Vol.

18, pp. 187-219). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.


Alder, G.S. (1998). Ethical Issues in Electronic Performance Monitoring: A

Consideration of Deontological and Teleological Perspectives. Journal of Business Ethics, 17(7), 729-743.


Ambrose, M.L., Alder, G.S., & Noel, T. (1998). Electronic Monitoring and

Ethics: A Consideration of Employer and Employee Rights. In M. Schminke (Ed.) Managerial ethics: Morally managing people and processes (pp. 61-80). Hillsdale, NY: Erlbaum.


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Scholarly Publications (cont.):
Alder, G.S. (1997). Managing Environmental Uncertainty with Legitimate Authority: A

Comparative Analysis of the Mann Gulch and Storm King Mountain Fires. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 25(2), 98-114.


Alder, G.S., & Tompkins, P.K. (1997). Electronic Performance Monitoring: An

Organizational Justice and Concertive Control Perspective. Management Communication Quarterly, 10, 258-288.


DeTienne, K.B. & Alder, G.S. (1995). The Privacy for Consumers and Workers Act:

Panacea or Problem? Managerial Law, 37, 1-32.


DeTienne, K.B. & Alder, G.S. (1994). Developing Winning Proposals. Mechanical

Engineering, 116, 65-66.

Other Publications:
Alder, G.S. (1998, March). Employees Must be Informed of Firm’s Monitoring Policies. The Boulder County Business Report, 17.
Alder, G.S. (1998, Summer). Books by ODC Division Members 1994-1996. Academy of

Management ODC Division Newsletter, 12-39.
Alder, G.S. (1997, Summer). Publications by ODC Division Members 1994-1996.

Academy of Management ODC Division Newsletter, 12-39.

Paper Presentations:
Alder, G.S., & Noel, T.W. (2006). Employee reactions to internet monitoring: The moderating role of ethical orientation. Presented at the National Academy of Management meetings, Atlanta, Georgia.
Alder, G.S., & Noel, T.W. (2005). Clarifying the effects of Internet monitoring on job attitudes: The mediating role of employee trust. Paper presented at the 2005 National Academy of Management meetings, Honolulu, HI.
Phelan, S.E., & Alder, G.S. (2005). An experimental study of entrepreneurial exploitation. Paper presented at the 2005 National Academy of Management meetings, Honolulu, HI.
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Paper Presentations (cont.):
Alder, G.S. & Ambrose, M.L. (2004). The Effects of Computer Versus Person-Mediated Feedback on Perceptions of Accuracy and Performance. Paper presented at the national Academy of Management meetings, New Orleans, LA.
Ambrose, M.L., Noel, T., & Alder, G.S. (2002). The Effect of Advance Notice, Justification, and Trust on Employee Reactions to Internet Monitoring. Paper presented at the national Academy of Management meetings, Denver, Colorado.
Alder, G.S. & Ambrose, M.L. (2001). The Effect of Feedback on Performance in a Computer Monitored Environment. Paper presented at the national Academy of Management meetings, Washington D.C.
Alder, G.S. (2000). Computer Performance Monitoring and Fairness: The Role

of Feedback. Paper presented at the national Academy of Management meetings.


Alder, G.S. (1998). Employee Reactions to Electronic Performance Monitoring: The Role

of Organizational Culture. Paper presented at the national Academy of Management meetings, San Diego.

Alder, G.S. (1997). Balancing Employers’ Need for Information with Employees' Right

to Privacy: The Role of Disclosure and Moderation in Electronic Performance Monitoring. Paper presented as part of the Computer Technology and Human Resources Management: Functional and Dysfunctional Consequences symposium at the national Academy of Management meetings, Boston.


Alder, G.S. (1997). Electronic Performance Monitoring and Motivation: A Behavioral

Modification Perspective. Paper presented at the Western Academy of Management meetings, Squaw Valley.


Alder, G.S. (1997). A Personality Approach to Person-Organization Fit: Extending Holland’s Theory of Vocational Choice. Paper presented at the Western Academy of Management meetings, Squaw Valley.
Alder, G.S. & Ambrose, M.L. (1996). Designing, Implementing, and Utilizing Computer Performance Monitors for Procedural and Distributive Justice. Paper presented as part of the Justice and Fairness in Organizations symposium at the national Academy of Management meetings, Cincinnati.
Alder, G.S. (1995). Electronic Performance Monitoring: An Organizational Justice and Concertive Control Perspective. Presented at the IOOB Graduate Student Conference.

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Manuscripts Under Review:
Alder, G.S., Schminke, M., & Noel, T.W. Employee Reactions to Potentially Invasive HR Practices: Invasion of Privacy or Useful Tools? Under review at Journal of Business Ethics, January, 2006.
Alder, G.S., & Schmnike, M. Employee Reactions to Internet Monitoring: The Moderating Role of Ethical Orientation. Under review at the Journal of Business Ethics, July, 2006.
Alder, G.S. Examining the Relationship Between Feedback and Performance in a Monitored Environment: A Clarification and Extension of Feedback Intervention Theory. Under second review Journal of High Technology Management Research, August, 21 2006.

Working Papers:
Alder, G.S., & Chase, J. An Exploration of the relationships between organizational justice, employee burnout, and production deviance among police dispatchers and civilian personnel. Data analysis stage. Target: Personnel Review.
Guidice, R., Alder, G.S., & Phelan, S.E. Bluffing and market entry decisions.
Alder, G.S., & Ambrose, M.L. We get by with a little help from our friends: The moderating effect of coworker support on the relationship between work pressure and burnout. Target journal: Journal of Applied Psychology.
Teaching Experience:

* University of Nevada, Las Vegas



Current Issues in Business (BUS 295): In-depth analysis of contemporary issues covered in the popular business press with an emphasis on the impact of those issues on businesses and their constituents.

2 sections
Organizational Behavior (MBA 707): I developed this course for the MBA program in Fall, 2003. This course provides an overview of the micro-level theories and research of Organizational Behavior. Methods of managing individuals, groups and organizations to elicit high levels of performance are introduced through discussion of topics such as motivation, communication, power and influence, leadership, group dynamics, conflict management and negotiation, and leading change

5 sections; Average Instructor Rating: 4.24 (5.0 scale)

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Teaching Experience (cont.):
Human resource Management (MGT 367): An overview of the major issues in managing an organization's human resources, including planning personnel needs, recruiting, hiring, appraising and compensating employees; and discussion of current social, ethical, and legal issues.

7 sections; Average Instructor Rating: 4.2 (5.0 scale)


Organizational Behavior (EMBA 709): Executive MBA course. Provides an overview of the micro-level theories and research of Organizational Behavior with emphases on motivation, communication, power and influence, leadership, group dynamics, conflict management and negotiation, and leading change.

3 sections; Average Instructor Rating: 4.6 (5.0 scale)
* Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois

Management and Organizational Behavior: An overview of the managerial process with emphasis on decision making, planning, organizing, and controlling.

11 sections; Average Instructor Rating: 4.4 (5.0 scale)
Appraising and Developing Employees: In-depth examination of employee performance appraisal, training, and development activities.

3 Sections; Average Instructor Rating: 4.1 (5.0 scale)
Seminar in Human Resource Management: MBA-level overview of major topics and issues in human resource management. This is a distance-learning course. One-third of my students were located at the main site while two-thirds were connected to the class via satellite from three other locations.

3 Sections; Average Instructor Rating: 4.0 (5.0 scale)
Staffing: Overview of personnel planning techniques in business and industry including measurement and testing principles; attracting, selecting, and placing personnel.

Instructor Rating: 4.4 (5.0 scale)
Strategic Management: MBA capstone course which emphasizes the integration of the various business areas toward managing the firm as a total unit.

Instructor Rating: 4.6 (5.0 scale)
Applied Leadership Skills: Part of the Learning to Lead Program, this course focuses on interpersonal and leadership skills essential to managerial success. The Learning to Lead Program is a nationally renowned program geared toward developing future leaders among minority communities throughout Illinois.
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Teaching Experience (cont.):
* University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

Critical Managerial and Leadership Skills: An overview of the skills of effective leaders and managers.

6 sections; Average Instructor Rating: 3.6 (4.0 scale)
Hiring and Retaining Human Resources: An in-depth examination of the hiring and retention process.

Instructor Rating: 3.6 (4.0 scale)
Management of Human Resources: An overview of major topics and issues in human resource management.

Instructor Rating: 4.0 (4.0 scale)
Business Policy: Capstone course in business policy and strategic management.

Instructor Rating: 3.7 (4.0 scale)
Organization Management: An introduction to principles of management.

Instructor Rating: 3.7 (4.0 scale)

* Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah

Oral Business Communication: Overview of oral business communication theory and practice, including instruction and experience in oral presentation content, style, delivery, and evaluation.

Instructor Rating: 5.9 (7.0 scale)
Consulting Experience:

Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, Springfield Illinois, 2000-

St. Francis Regional Medical Center, Wichita, Kansas, 1998

Utah Technology Finance Corporation, Salt Lake City, Utah, 1994

Pro CD Inc., Boston Massachusetts, 1993
Service:

* University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Chair, Human Resource Management Major Assessment Committee

Ad hoc reviewer Human Resource Management Journal

Ad hoc reviewer Human Resource Management Review.

Member, College of Business Undergraduate Academic Standards committee

Ad hoc reviewer Academy of Management Journal.

Ad hoc reviewer Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.

Member, Department Faculty Search Committee Fall 2002-Winter 2005

Masters Thesis Committee Member for the College of Hotel Administration


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Service (cont.):
Member, Department tier 3 Journals Committee 2003

Member, Merit Materials committee 2003


* Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois

Faculty Advisor to SHRM professional student organization

Member, Department Faculty Search Committee 2001-2002

Chair, Management Department Curriculum and Assessment Committee 2000-2002

Faculty leader, Freshman Orientation, Western Illinois University, 2000-2001

Faculty member, Learning to Lead, Cross-Cultural Programs, 1999-2002


Management Department Program Promotion Committee 1999-2002

Member, Management Department Curriculum and Assessment Committee 1999-2000

Ad hoc reviewer Academy of Management Journal
* University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

President Doctoral Business Student Association, 1997-1998

College of Business Program Review Committee, 1997-1998

Doctoral Policy and Curriculum Review Committee, 1997-1998

Academic Advisor to undergraduate business students, 1996-1997

Ad hoc reviewer Journal of Business and Psychology


Honors and Awards:

Beverly Sears Deans Small Grant, 1998

University of Colorado Graduate School Doctoral Fellowship, 1996


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References:

Professor Maureen L. Ambrose

College of Business Administration

Department of Management

University of Central Florida

P.O. Box 161400

Orlando, Florida 32816 1400

(407) 823-5684


Professor R. Wayne Boss

College of Business and Administration

University of Colorado at Boulder

Boulder, Colorado 80309-0419

(303) 492-3189
Professor Joseph G. Rosse

College of Business and Administration

University of Colorado at Boulder

Boulder, Colorado 80309-0419



(303) 492-6254


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